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9/12/2009 - 1/3/2010

This special installation brings together works by three outstanding figures of later 19th-century European sculpture. Reinhold Begas (1831–1911) came to prominence in the 1860s; subsequently, as the German empire’s official sculptor, he would produce many important public monuments in Berlin. For Edgar Degas (1834–1917), sculpture was a significant but semi-private medium, and he exhibited only one of his 150 sculptures, the Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer (1881). August Rodin (1840–1917) was in his own time the dominant figure in French sculpture and perhaps the most celebrated modern artist.

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